All of the greatest and most prominent leaders in the world lead with different styles. Despite contrary belief, no leadership style is ‘better’ than another. However, some leadership styles can be more suited to a specific situation or audience, and for yourself. If you are in a situation where you are expected to be the leader, then it is best to know the leadership style that you should generally use beforehand. This is so you can understand how it benefits you, and when it is most effective.Read More
Glassdoor is an online site focused on helping people find jobs, as well as companies they could love. Founded in 2007, Glassdoor hosts over six million company reviews in a variety of areas, all provided by a company’s most exclusive source—employees. Claiming themselves as “the world’s most transparent career community,” Glassdoor offers users the chance to intensively search a company’s salary reports, interview questions, CEO approval ratings, and much more. Yet, if this isn’t enough incentive for you to go and sign up right now, below are three reasons why once becoming a Glassdoor member, you’ll never job hunt the same again.Read More
Learning a second language is hard; it’s rewarding but it’s hard. What you should know is that unless you were exposed to other languages in your childhood, it’s supposed to be hard. Linguists have developed a theory about why second language acquisition becomes increasingly difficult as we advance through our life stages. The answer is this: the Critical Period.
“If a language is acquired in parallel with the development of the human brain as children grow, it is reasonable to postulate some language function in the brain. Consequently, the critical period for language learning is considered to be the biologically determined period in which the brain keeps its plasticity for acquisition of any language.” -Katsumi NAGAIRead More
Graduating from undergrad is an exciting accomplishment and something to be very proud of. But the bittersweet ending means it is time to begin a new chapter in your life, often including entering the workforce full time. But as a young 20-something, starting a full-time career might not be the next step for you—at least not right away. College is only four years, after all, and it’s okay to feel like you haven’t had enough time to learn, explore your talents and options, and begin a one-track career.Read More